Not just a random accessory, the Apple-certified Wristcam is essentially an Apple Watch band that comes equipped with two Sony camera sensors. There’s a 2-megapixel ‘self-facing’ camera that can record 1080p video and a second ‘world-facing’ camera records for 8-megapixel still images as well as 4K video. Simply launch the Wristcam app on your Watch to start live streaming video or use the live viewfinder to capture images / video, browse a gallery, and share your media.
New Kodak x Case-Mate cases for the Apple iPhone 11 / Pro / Pro Max and AirPods have been unveiled. There’s also a special band for Apple Watches showcasing graphics from the quintessential White Kodachrome 40 black and white sound movie film. Next, the transparent iPhone 11 Pro print case includes classic Kodak Kodachrome and super 8 printed details, complete with red metallic buttons. The minimalist design ensures that it won’t add bulk to your device, all the while still offering 10-foot drop protection. Best o fall, the one-piece case is still compatible with wireless charging.
Misfit has just unveiled their latest smartwatch, the Vapor X. Building upon the success of the Vapor 2, this updated model is now powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, all running on Wear OS by Google, making it the company’s lightest and most comfortable smartwatch yet. You’ll still find all of the classic features that you’re familiar with, including a built-in GPS, NFC, as well as a heart-rate sensor.
AirPower was first announced by Apple way back on September 12, 2017 at their annual press event, with an originally planned release date of some time during 2018. After several delays, which lead to wide speculation over the product’s future, Apple officially cancelled the project on March 29, 2019. This week, Mophie introduced their 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad.